dave, good to have you with us tonight. i remember doing sports 25 years ago. there were protests outside the metrodome in minneapolis, northern minnesota, native americans came up saying they didn't like the name washington redskins. this has been going on for a long time. why all of a sudden, and i say it over the last year or so, after 20, some, 25 years of this conversation, why is it such a heated conversation right now? >> it's a great question, ed. because the story has exploded over the last year. and there are really three reasons for why this is the case. the first is the active intervention of native american tribes. the oneida indian nation, the choctaw indians of oklahoma and midwest. they have stepped forward and they have said, you know, what this is not okay with us. the oneida nation has bought commercials and dc radio, sports radio air time and they have actually also organized demonstrations in places like green bay and one coming up november 7th. but there are two other reasons, as well. the first is that the team is relevant for the first time in 20 years. i mean, back when george h.w.